First published in 1985: This book deals with the physiology and pathophysiology of the peripheral, i.e., prenodal, lymph.
1. Anatomic Considerations 2. Lymph Formation 3. Lymph Flow 4. Lymph Protein Concentrations 5. Lipids in Lymph 6. Enzymes in Lymph 7. Hormones in Lymph 8. Coagulation and Fibrinolysis in Lymph 9. Drugs in Lymph 10. Peripheral Lymph Flow and Composition in Man 11. Cells in Lymph 12. Particle and Cell Clearance from Lymph 13. Pathophysiology 14. Lymphatics and Infection 15. Lymphatics and Injury 16. Lymph Transport from Organ and Tissue Transplants 17. Lymph Collection 18. Collection and Physiological Measurements of Interstitial Fluid in Man
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